An exhibition in France in the halls of the Bourdaisière castle, between Tours and Amboise, not far from the jewels of the Loire, to celebrate the adventure of the ‘Little Prince’, a literary-pedagogical masterpiece signed by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The project, strongly desired by the prince – gardener Louis Albert de Broglie, was imagined as a journey in stages (and emotions) inside the aristo-dwelling. Over 55 hectares, between centuries-old forests and gardens, wooden buildings, works carved in stone (the face of the ‘little prince’). The objective of the permanent and traveling exhibition (‘Dessine -moi ta planète’) is to ‘re-read’, in 10 stages, the masterpiece of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in the light of themes of absolute and dramatic relevance related to the environment, to ecology, to an increasingly precarious and fragile ecosystem, to the scarcity of resources expressed also through the work of young creators such as Paco Le Razer and Marc Averly, immersive and sensorial installations. To forge and rebuild a planet on a human scale.
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